CX Interviews

CX is “one of the most prestigious” places for trainees to present abstracts

Pasha Normahani (Imperial Vascular Unit, Imperial Academic Health Science Centre, London, UK) has been an attendee at the Charing Cross (CX) Symposium for over seven years. In 2016, he presented for the first time at [...]

Ian Loftus reviews highlights of the CX 2016 Abstract Presentations

Ian Loftus, Co-chairman CX Abstract Board, reviews the highlights of this year's CX Abstract Presentations session. He emphasises the quality of the work submitted and how relevant it is for young and senior clinicians to [...]

Why you should not miss the Peripheral Arterial sessions at CX 2016

"The Peripheral Arterial Programme at the Charing Cross Symposium in 2016 is really exciting; it combines the hot topics in the field with evidence, opinion and discussion," says Andrew Holden (Auckland, New Zealand), member of [...]

Why you should not miss the Venous Programme at CX 2016

In 2016, the Charing Cross Venous Programme will run on the four days of the Symposium (26–29 April) with the Main Programme for the first time on day 1, followed by the CX Venous Workshop [...]

Stephen Black discusses the highlights of the CX 2016 Deep Venous programme

Stephen Black (London, UK), member of the CX Programme Organising Board, discusses the highlights of this year's Deep Venous section of the CX Venous Challenges Day. The CX Venous Challenges Day will take place at the [...]

Chairman Roger Greenhalgh highlights the most exciting aortic topics of CX 2016

"There has never been a more exciting expectation of what we have for this year in the aortic area at CX," says Roger Greenhalgh, chairman of the CX Programme Organising Board. Results from the Individual [...]